Blood Drive - Oct 24th

Students help save three lives! Donate blood on Friday, October 24th in the Small Gym from 9am to 3pm.  You must be 16yrs or older and at least 110bls.  Sign up sheet is in the main office.

SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTO DEADLINE: FRIDAY, OCT. 31

SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTO DEADLINE: FRIDAY, OCT. 31!

If you are having senior portraits taken by an outside photographer, please print these photo specifications for them. All outside portraits are due early this year to keep the 2015 yearbook on track for spring distribution.

Photographers: Upload senior portraits here.

Senior students: Upload senior portraits and/or quotes here.

Email willis_b@4j.lane.edu with any questions.

2014 Yearbooks are here!

Yearbooks will be available for pick-up in the Main Office starting Oct. 6.

South’s 2014 graduates will have their pre-purchased books mailed home this week 10/13.  Please allow 5 to 7 business days for delivery.  If graduates have not yet purchased a book  contact Bobbie Willis at willis_b@4j.lane.edu   If you have purchased a 2014 year book and your not a 2014 senior, you may pick up your year book Monday through Friday 7:30 – 4:00pm in the main office.

Common Core State Standards Parent Info Nite

Parents,
Your invited to attend the Common Core State Standards on
Monday, October 20th at SEHS in the Cafeteria to learn more about:
What are the Common Core State Standards?
How are these new expectations for student learning
different from the standards Oregon had in place before?
What do these changes mean for you and your student?
Things are changing in your student’s classroom, in homework, and in assess
-ments of his or her learning. Oregon and more than 40 other states across the
country have developed and adopted shared academic expectations, called
the Common Core State Standards. They are clear, consistent guidelines for
what students should know and be able to do at each grade level in math
and English language arts in order to be ready to graduate with an Oregon
diploma, ready for college, careers and life. It’s all to help students develop the
knowledge and higher-level thinking skills they need for their future success.
Please join us at a parent information night this month to learn more about
Oregon’s changing academic standards and how together we can support
your student’s success in school and beyond